A Great Rental Condo Now On The Market!

February 9, 2008 at 12:32 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment
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The 4,400-square-foot apartment in Manhattan’s SoHo area where actor Heath Ledger died on January 22 already is quietly being shopped around as a rental for around $25,000 a month.
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We don’t normally write about rentals, but we couldn’t pass on something this high-profile. The New York Post’s fine celebrity real estate columnist Braden Keil this morning broke the story of the pending listing of the fourth-floor unit at 421 Broome Street in SoHo. Ledger had leased the unit beginning last September for $22,000 a month. As plenty of media reports have noted this week, Ledger died of a drug overdose in the unit.

Although it’s been just over two weeks since Ledger’s death, Keil’s broker sources told him that in a hot rental market — with a vacancy rate below 1 percent — it doesn’t make sense for the unit to stay unrented. “People will rent that place in a heartbeat,” one broker told Keil.

Features in the three-bedroom unit include two and a half baths, an office, a laundry room, a gourmet kitchen, a small balcony, 15-foot tin ceilings, cast iron columns, exposed brick walls and a wood-burning fireplace, Keil reported.

 http://www.bergproperties.com/blog/apartment-in-manhattans-soho-area-where-heath-ledger-died-now-up-for-rental-reported-for-around-25kmonth/3022/celebrities/trackback/

Let me know if you are interested!

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  1. Hey Nolan,

    I am very interested in this condo. Don’t know that I have that kind of jack. The area where the condo is located is great so do you think they will take a little less than the 22K.

    BTW Great Blog!

    Thanks,
    Scott


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